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killed the investigation last year. what i would call a cover-up if it were done by the government. instead, the british network, itv, interviewed alleged victims and broke the story. the former head of the bbc, mark thompson, is the incoming chief executive of the "new york times" company. and "times" ombudsman manager red sullivan has urged them to cover his role more aggressively. the "times" ran a lengthy piece on thompson's role. earlier he told them, "i was not notified nor briefed about the investigation, nor was i involved in any way not to complete and air the investigation." "during my time as director general of the bbc, i never heard allegations or received complaints about jimmy savile." later he also told the times he had heard from a colleague that "news night" was investigating savile but didn't know the details. he said he shared this with other bbc managers and was told the story would not run for "journalistic reasons." this is to see the least a serious problem. the bbc has approved an internal investigation and will have an expert look at sexual harassment clai
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